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Old 03-27-2014, 05:15 PM   #5
ajstrider
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Join Date: 09-02-12
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Making sure you drill on the bottom of the legs is the important part. Your eyes can deceive you here. I recommend taking you bottom piece out to some concrete and dragging it around to mark up the bottom of the legs where they actually make contact with the ground. I put casters with the threaded rod too but some people buy these small three wheeled furniture dolleys and attach one to each leg. It helps improve the stability of the smoker since its tall and a lot of weight up top if cooking larger meals.
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